Rasmus Kull

Rasmus Kull

Joined the Vanemuine Theatre 2008

Born
3.08.1984

Rasmus Kull has been a soloist at the Vanemuine since 2008. He graduated from the Heino Eller Music School in 2011 and the Estonian Academy of Music and Theatre in classical singing in 2014. He is currently continuing his studies in the master’s programme at the Academy. He holds a bachelor’s degree in English language and literature from the University of Tartu and a master’s in phonetics and sociolinguistics from the University of Glasgow, earned in 2006 and 2008 respectively. Kull has performed as a soloist and choir member in the Vanemuine’s music productions. He has also taken part in professors Märtson and Schmalcz’ master classes on German lied, and professor Jenny Anvelt’s opera master class.

Roles in the Vanemuine
Ants – Varres’s The New Old Nick of Hellsbottom (2022), Shepherd – Wagner’s Tristan and Isolde (2022), Don Ottavio – Mozart’s Don Giovanni (2021), Intendant – Donizetti’s Linda di Chamounix, Eddie – Menken’s Sister Act, Soloist – Evening with Lehár (2020), Tenor – Operetta Section (2020), Goro – Puccini’s Madama Butterfly (2019), Sweeney Todd – Sondheim’s Sweeney Todd (2018), Josef – Strauss’s Viennese Blood (2018), Enjolras – Schönberg/Boulblil’s Les Misérables (2017), Arundeli Berengar – Eco’s The Name of the Rose (2017), Soldier – Lill’s Into the Fire (2017), Buff – Mozart’s The Impresario (2016), Mozart – Rimsky-Korsakov’s Mozart and Salieri (2016), Albert – Pajusaar’s Lotte in the Dream World (2015), An Evening with Kálmán (2015), Remendado – Bizet’s Carmen (2015), Karius – Sisask’s Karius and Bactus (2015), Henn – Tubin’s The Parson of Reigi (2014), Monsieur Reyer – Webber’s The Phantom of the Opera (2014), Jaan – Aints’s The Old Barney (2013), Schmidt – Massenet’s Werther (2012), Tenor – Purcell’s The Fairy Queen (2011), Rolf – Rodgers/Hammerstein’s The Sound of Music, Kusti – Ehala’s Bumpy, Evita’s lover – Webber’s Evita, Maurice – Abraham’s Ball at the Savoy, Spoletta – Puccini’s Tosca, Kromow – Lehár’s Merry Widow, Kander/Ebb’s Kiss of the Spider Woman, Styne’s Sugar, Verdi’s The Troubadour et al.

Recognition
In 2019, Kull was awarded the Estonian Theatre Union Music Prize for the titular role in Sondheim’s musical Sweeney Todd and the role of Josef in Strauss’s operetta Wiener Blut

Interviews

Kuula - Rasmus Kull pälvis Eesti Teatriliidu muusikaauhinna

Kuula - Rasmus Kull ja Priit Volmer muusikalist "Sweeney Todd"

Kuula - Vanemuise loomenõukogu tunnustas muusikateatri aastaauhinnaga Rasmus Kulli